They’re textures from this psd
LOL what? Emma’s probably one of the least egotistic celebs out there
Photoshop and a wacom tablet
Aw thanks c: at first it was kind of weird and I couldn’t get pen pressure to work so it was pretty bad but after I fixed it, it’s actually not that bad. It’s pretty similar to paper except a lot better because you can erase something if you make a mistake and you can work with blending modes which is just A+++++
It’s the Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch (CTH-460)
I don’t really gif music videos and I don’t even listen to her that much lol so it would be kind of weird for me to gif that song…sorry ):
I can’t remember whether or not I’ve signed it (I think I have). I mean, it’s a nice gesture but how effective can it be in swaying Fox’s future decisions? Have they even seen it? And if they have, are they people of power who have seen it? It’s got over two thousand signatures which is a pretty large number but honestly, will they truly care about these two thousand signatures? We have to keep in mind that they make movies/shows in hopes of making a profit. Of course the fandom will demand it, but will other people be interested in the series? There is a failed pilot floating around. That is enough to deter them from making anymore adaptations in the near future. As for selling the rights - they have to determine whether they will make more money from doing that or from perhaps a movie adaptation. It all depends on the demand. Perhaps the fandom will grow and the series will blow up in a couple of years (THG’s popularity grew after the trilogy was completed). If that were to happen, it would certainly be more profitable for them to adapt the series when there is a wider audience. They don’t make decisions based on petitions signed by fans. It might factor into their decision, but it won’t be enough to sway their decision.
Ugh don’t remind me of the ending
He is pretty awesome (:
I feel like our society is just a big contradiction, and sole reason for that is humans are walking contradictions. We crave progress, yet our own moral values are deteriorating. If you strip a man of every material object he has, the only thing left of value belonging to him are his morals.
I mean, we have made incredible discoveries and developed very advanced technology. We’ve been to the moon and we’ve sent rovers to Mars. We have mastered every form of art and we excel physically. There is no doubt that we are a very intelligent species, so I absolutely cannot fathom why discrimination exists, why homophobia exists, why animal abuse exists…I could go on and on. The way that we’re progressing is like somebody striving to paint another Mona Lisa but not understanding what chiaroscuro is.